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When grief happens to us, we often feel like we’re going crazy and there’s nothing normal about our world right now. And so begins a time of change and adaptation. This book describes the ups and downs of grief. There are no stages or phases to follow, just your "grief work" to do. And as you turn each page, there is an inspirational thought to guide you along. Be reassured—your grief is what you say it is. They’re your feelings, your truth. It’s important that you know this because your loss and grief experiences eventually shape who you are, becoming a part of your life story. And if you know someone who’s grieving, learn why you don’t have to fix it. Find out the right response to anger, guilt or “why me?” This is a small book which is big on wisdom, strategies and helpful ideas.
|Edition description:||Second Edition, Second edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Doris Zagdanski is a former funeral director and a bereavement counselor.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 What you should know about grief 1
Chapter 2 Grief reactions and behaviours 8
Chapter 3 Helping yourself to readjust 27
Chapter 4 If you know someone who is grieving 41